When you can’t take your dog with you, we’ll provide them with every bit of love and attention they need. When the sun sets, we’ll feed them dinner and tuck them into their own comfy space. Each morning, we’ll fetch their breakfast and ramp up for another day of camp. By the time you return, they’ll think they had a better vacation than you did.
(These are the rules….We gotta have ‘em)
Overnight Camp is for experienced daycare campers only. Think about it, campers need experience and skills before going into the wilderness. Likewise, our overnight campers need to fit well into a group of friends and understand camp routines. Our goal is fun-filled, stress-free boarding. This means having completed our Try-Out and at least ten Half-Days or Full-Days before your overnight stay. Every dog has different needs; contact us to find out what this looks like.
Q: Where do the campers sleep?
A: For the safety of all our campers, everyone sleeps in a crate at night. We also have very limited space to accommodate dogs that cannot be crated due to medical or anxiety issues.
Q: What do I bring for my dog’s overnight stay?
A: Please bring food and medications. We will provide everything else! We have bedding and fleece blankets, but you are also welcome to bring yours from home. You may also bring a bedtime toy (no squeakers, please) and bedtime snacks (no rawhide or other treat that breaks into large chunks).
Q: What do overnight campers do?
A: Boarding dogs participate in all Camp activities during the day. Dinner is served at 6pm. The last potty break is from 7:45 to 8:30pm (it seems early, but we’ve found that the pups are exhausted and ready for bed after a full day of learning and play!). At 6am, the campers are up for a potty break, breakfast, after-breakfast potty, and then another full day of Camp!